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Discussion in 'Pastoral Ministries' started by swaimj, Mar 10, 2010.
Who does your church's website, and would you recommend them? Please feel free to PM me.
I did one for awhile for our church. We had two different people come to the church due to the site specifically. This is a very small church.
The site service was free so the church went along with it but when the service provider wanted to charge them a minimal amount they dropped it due to cost :-(
When we go looking for a church we always look around the website first to get an idea wheter it is right for us or not.
We have someone on staff that developed it and maintains it. Its a basic CMS background that our guy (and I have no idea how he does this) made look outstanding.
I would heartily recommend Clover or Ekklesia360. They provide great solutions for churches looking to expand.
My daughter just built ours from yola.com (a free website service). I update it. Easy to use!
Take a look at it at... http://newportbaptist.com
We're looking at putting one together. While I would be involved, I wouldn't be the main one with it. Here's who will be going though, though.
Clover - Church Websites & Church Web Design
They use a Flash-basd editor. Basically drag and drop and away you go. A friend of our pastor told us about them as they use Clover for their site. The pastor does all the updating, as well as uploading his sermons. I just wish I could remember the address for his church's website...
My husband does ours and will do the new church plant's as well. You can see it at www.nbc.org
He uses Drupal to design it and I keep up most of the content.
Thanks for all the info. I looked at all of the sites mentioned here (I think) and we are investigating some of the companies. Thanks for the links to websites also.